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About Danang City

15564089_DN.jpgA handy transit point, average Da Nang is an industrial city and not really worth seeing as such, although the Marble Mountains are a good diversion for an hour or two. There is also an excellent beach, quite a surprise.
The 15-minute climb to the top of the Marble Mountains isnt too bad. At the top is a nice little temple and some small dripping caves and grottos that cool you down after the climb. Within are traditional shrines and statues. Outside, the view and the modern pagoda are no more than average and the litter can be a problem, but overall it is a pleasant little walk, albeit a little touristy.
HV_025.jpgThe Cham Museum is housed in a historic colonial building and has a good presentation outlining the civilisation that once dominated Central Vietnam, the Chams. Fine examples of stone works are on display, many very similar in style and craftsmanship to the neighbouring Khmers.
The 30 km length of nearby coast is famous for being the landing point of the US Army in the war and frontline troops spot for rest and relaxation. You could easily drive past the most significant part of  NON NUOC Beach without noticing it. The ordinary stretch of sand has little going for it other than its historical significance and is a tour bus pit stop with a few hawkers and not much else. But then there are the superb white sands near the Furama Resort. Well-maintained and spotless, its lined with trees for shade and offers watersporting activities - and theres no hassling. Bring your camera, this is postcard stuff.
Lang Co Beach
dsc_9573.jpgIf you were not planning on staying in Lang Co, a drive through may change your mind. The main street is lined with palm trees enticing you to go for a swim in the crystal clear waters that lap onto fine white sandy beaches. Lang Co is on a sand spit peninsula with a sparkling lagoon on one side, and a long beach lining the Ocean Sea on the other. This is one of the most beautiful places in Vietnam, and is yet to be developed extensively for tourists, which is probably a good nonetheless.
How to get there? You can reach there by car/coach or bike from Hue center or Danang center

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